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J2SE and Bluetooth

 
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Hello,

I am trying to build a bluetooth server in Java. The idea is the following: I need a server that has some images and a client that can retrieve the images from the server (like the Bluetooth Example from the Wireless Tookit) the difference is in the server because I need it to run on a PC.

I am trying to use Bluesock but I think there should be another way to work with J2SE and Bluetooth. Does anyone have any idea of how to work with Bluetooth and Java?

I will prefer to use th WDISCOMM stack rather than the Windows BT stack but if there is a good solution for Windows I will work with it.

Thank you very much. I hope this is the correct forum to add my question.

Best regards,

Gabriel Corvera
 
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I think u must ask this query in j2me forums..
hey i have one idea ...

U better go for jcp.org and search for bluetooth API in j2me section..
u download that API and develop ur own prj in j2me...

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cinux
 
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http://jcp.org/en/jsr/detail?id=82
this is the link which will lead you to get the API fro bluetooth
 
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saikrishna, thank you for the link.

I found that there is an implementation of the JSR-82 for Windows but it doesn't come from SUN. It is a third party SDK and I think I will use it to develop my code. In fact, there is a webpage that I think is very useful, the webpage is www.javabluetooth.com and is the companion website of the book "Bluetooth for Java".

Best regards,
 
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